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structure where a wall or building narrows abruptly

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To summarize, prepayment defeats the ABKCO style levy because Debtor & Creditor Law section 151 always authorizes the setoff of a previously encumbered obligation.
In order to claim a 50 percent fair rental value setoff, the cotenant in possession must hold the real property against the out-of-possession cotenant as a result of an "ouster." An ouster requires express notice or acts of possession inconsistent with and exclusive of the rights of an out-of-possession cotenant, and if an ouster occurs, an out-of-possession cotenant can set off 50 percent of the fair rental value of the residence against a 50 percent credit of the reimbursable household expenses.
Others include a setoff mechanism where the government net taxes for businesses it owe.
Setoff is one such risk mitigation tool that allows a creditor to net out its claim against its customer on a dollar-for-dollar basis to reduce the creditor's indebtedness to that customer.
"With these thoughts in mind, the Court orders any party or collection of parties who wishes to propose a setoff of the interests of the Minority Tenants (or any other setoff) to provide to the Commissioner by February 15, 2019 that proposal and its terms.
Satirically nuanced in her role's lack of nuance, Missy Maramara provides delightful contrast as the loudly assertive setoff against the ghosts.
Because entities subcontracting under and working with Marick settled with the HOA prior to trial on the same claims, Lockemy said they were entitled to a setoff.
The county's obligation is absolute and unconditional, not subject to appropriation, abatement, setoff or counterclaim.
Its operations and reporting process are aligned with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, a setoff development targets by 2030 adopted by member nations, and the 10 principles of the United National Global Compact.
The agreement, which came in response to the backlash caused by the decision of the former state-owned Cyprus Cooperative Bank to setoff loans with deposit accounts of customers, will allow the immediate reactivation of the affected accounts.
Berg contested this setoff because it was taken during the ninety-day period before the filing of her bankruptcy petition.
Under the plain language of 8.01-433, a motion to set aside or reduce a confessed judgment initiates a proceeding where the only issue is whether the judgment debtor's pleadings assert a facially adequate defense or setoff. There is no requirement that the judgment debtor prove the merits of the asserted defense or setoff.<br />Here, after granting Hunter Mill's motion to reconsider, the trial court failed to docket the matter and proceed as if Catjen had filed an action at law on the note.
Allows schools to use setoff procedures to collect debts.